What’s Good Week 10 NFL Supremacy Rankings
By Cameron Buford, Whatsgoodinsports.com
With the NFL just past the midpoint of the season, we found this a great time to revisit our What’s Good Supremacy Rankings from a few weeks ago. Because this is a fluid situation some teams have dropped out our rankings, while other teams have leaped many of the previous leaders on our list. Our list takes in to account big wins, strong performances, and divisional rankings. Most importantly the “eye test” play’s a large part in how a team would make our list. With all that being said, take a look at our Top 10 NFL What’s Good Supremacy Rankings.
In reverse order we have listed which teams we believe to be the top-performing teams in the NFL through week 10;
#10 Dallas Cowboys- Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott, and Amari Cooper lead this talented team though they may be hindered by their head coach. However, their defense can camouflage the limitations of their coaching staff as this team is talented enough to make a deep playoff run this season, it will be interesting how this team finishes out this season.
#9 Houston Texans- The Texans have surprised everyone outside the state of Texas with their play to this point in the season. Their MVP candidate Deshaun Watson has got his team competing for more than their division title. Having lost their defensive stalwarts J.J. Watt to injury and Jadeveon Clowney to trade, the success of this team will have rest on the shoulders of their MVP candidate.
#8 Kansas City Chiefs- Last season’s MVP Patrick Mahomes gives these guys hope and makes these Chiefs easily the most explosive team in the NFL. However, they will have to outscore the teams they play as their defense doesn’t appear to be able to slow down opponents and keep them out of the endzone.
#7 Seattle Seahawks- This team continues to go as MVP candidate Russell Wilson goes! By upsetting their divisional rival earlier in the week, shows that this team can beat just about any team in the league. The addition of Jadeveon Clowney has solidified this already formidable defense making this team a serious NFC Championship contender.
#6 Minnesota Vikings- A healthy Dalvin Cooks matched with their formidable defense has this team on this rise. Kirk Cousins has all the tools needed to make this team competitive; if he can sustain his solid play from recent weeks this team should be very competitive in the NFC title race.
#5 New England Patriots- Though they were recently smacked a few weeks ago, this team remains the class of the AFC and the NFL! Complimented by the defensive genius of Bill Belichick, Tom Brady leads the offense regardless of which receivers and running backs are in the game. This combination will certainly keep these in contention for the AFC title.
#4 New Orleans Saints- Though the Saints have suffered a terrible loss this week to a divisional rival, though Drew Brees has got some unexpected rest the past few weeks, being out with an injury, which
should help them late in the season. Their youthful defense has helped to keep this team in position to be Superbowl contenders and why I have them at the #4 ranking of our Supremacy Rankings.
#3 San Francisco 49ers- Having lost a nail biter on Monday against a division rival, this team still has a solid mix of youth and experience though they are winning in spite of their high priced QB. Their defense is filled with studs like Richard Sherman and Nick Bosa to lead the charge. Hall of Famer John Lynch has put together a very formidable squad that has surprised the league by opening the season 8-1.
#2 Green Bay Packers- The Packers stud Quarterback Aaron Rodgers appears to finally have a stout defense and running game, in addition to having likely the best Wide Receiver in the game. This is probably the most complete team that Rodgers has had in his career, which has these guys ranked so high in our rankings.
#1 Baltimore Ravens- This version of the Ravens is the epitome of what great drafting combined with great coaching can do for an organization. Historically known as a hard nose defensive team, they drafted a Heisman Trophy winner a couple of years ago and have helped the flash and dash of Lamar Jackson developed into a true contender for the league’s MVP trophy this season.
We will revisit our Supremacy Rankings based on what we see from the NFL over the next few weeks. This is just a glimpse of how we see this NFL season progressing thus far, I’d be interested to hear how differently you may see our NFL Supremacy Rankings.
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